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The Complete Man Series is a monthly seminar that instills, in an accelerated fashion,

the knowledge and character traits that define a mature and well-rounded man.



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Program for

Freshmen




The Program

The 1st year of Complete Man helps Freshmen make the most of high school. Sessions feature a one-hour presentation on a range of topics, followed by a fun & informative leadership activity, such as how to introduce yourself, table manners or give a presentation.

Topics

• Big Picture • Study for Success • Character & Maturity • Aiming High & Applying for College • Career Considerations • Moral Relativism • Man of Culture & Etiquette • Good Father, Good Family Man • Life of Faith, Life of Happiness

Mentoring

One-on-One mentoring helps students know themselves, and set goals to grow in virtue. Each session has a structured topic, including: • goals in life • study habits • use of time • college application • maturity scale • summer employment • your personality type • career considerations • prudent use of internet & social media. All mentoring is done by trained and experienced staff members Mentoring takes place at Layton once per month, for 30 – 45 minutes

Program for

Sophomores & Juniors




The Program

The 2 year cycle of topics for Sophomores & Juniors helps them explore career interests, understand important moral and philosophical topics, and develop habits of work, critical thinking, and self-discipline. Each session begins with a guest speaker, often leaders in their field who combines life lessons from his career with a description of his discipline (from Law to Marketing to Science), or moral topics. Then we have a short talk by a staff member on a virtue (such as Fortitude) and finish with activities such as “impromptu speeches” designed to grow skills and critical thinking.

Career Topics for 2019-20

• Legal Profession • US Power Grid • Agricultural Business • Architecture • Cyber warfare • My Life as a Politician • The future of Medicine • From Boxer to Executive • Investing & Personal Finance

Mentoring

One-on-One mentoring helps students know themselves, and set goals to grow in virtue. Each session has a structured topic, including: • goals in life • study habits • use of time • college application • maturity scale • summer employment • your personality type • career considerations • prudent use of internet & social media. All mentoring is done by trained and experienced staff members Mentoring takes place at Layton once per month, for 30 – 45 minutes

These seminars challenges the young men to stand out among their peers in maturity, clarity of thought and breadth of vision.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFICS

 

SPEAKERS

Includes leaders and professionals from a variety of fields, including finance, legal, marketing, engineering and architecture. Each speaker is selected for the quality and appropriateness of their presentation content.

FORMAT

Seminars occur one Saturday a month, featuring a one-hour speaker presentation on a range of helpful topics, followed by a fun & informative leadership activity.

LOCATION

Layton Study Center

12900 W. North Avenue

Brookfield, WI 53005

CONTACT

HighSchool@LaytonStudyCenter.org

(262) 784-1523 mailbox 103

DATES

3rd Saturday from 3 to 5 pm

2019
September 21 • October 19
November 16 • December 21

2020
January 18 • February 15
March 21 • April 18 • May 23

PROGRAM FEE
$175 /yearThose with financial limitations should inquire about scholarships when registering

Seminar Directors:

Dr. Michael Bubon, Director of Layton Study Center: B.S. in Biology from George Mason University; Doctor of Dental Surgery from the Medical College of Virginia; Masters in Orthodontics from Columbia University.  Owns and manages Bubon Orthodontics, SC with twenty-five years of experience in mentoring youth.

Mr. Hans Cabrera, Seminar Coordinator: B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Masters in Biomedical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. Twelve years of experience working with youth.

 

Staff Members:

Andrew Fairbank, Student of Mechanical Engineering, Marquette University

John Madigan, Student of Marketing & Spanish, Marquette University

Eric Schuh, Carpenter, AM Construction Services, Inc.